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and over and over again invoking frederick douglass, that famous line those who profess to deprecate agitation are like the, you know, people who want the crops without plowing up the ground. and that's where the line comes from. frederick douglass, the title, the agitator's daughter, frederick douglass was my father's hero. he was always quoting him. but when he was on the campaign trail in the black belt speaking to these dirt poor sharecroppers trying to give them a reason to register to vote and go to the poll, he would always invoke douglass and say, you know, don't sit around waiting for other people to do right by grow. as frederick douglass says, go forth and demand your power at the ballot box. >> sheryll cashin, what do you teach here at georgetown? >> i'm a professor of law. i teach a legal history cows called -- course called race in american law which covers most of the major race cases decided by the supreme court. i also teach constitutional law and administrative law and sometimes property. sometimes local government law. >> when you approach public affairs or when yo
in frederick and he drove right up to the scene of a pretty dangous situation. wow, scott, that behind you looks tremendous. >> knocked a tree down across 395. you're looking at me from the dash cam in frederick county. you can see this huge walnut tree that came down and crossed route 355 here right inbetween urbana and the city of frederick. the bridge is right beyond that. as you can see, the road is completely shut down. this tree, the victim of some of those winds that topper was talking about earlier in frederick county. let me take you on a tour of the day. there's been a lot going on. lots and lots of accidents today. here's one of them that i witnessed at shady grove. a couple people injured here. looked like wet roads probably had something to do with this one. lots of power lines down. not widespread, but spotty locations. this one out in the brookville area, smoking wires down, the local fire department keeping tabs on things there. the city of frederick, there's a big flood on west patrick street in front of the west frederick middle school. and that one actually drowned a co
and storms. first, frederick, and we'll see embedded thunderstorms roll in here. take a look our to the west. powerful storms going into leesburg and frederick county. this is south of the area. maryland's most powerful radar future scan. it lifts everything to the north and east. here's baltimore, the action to the west. everything stays to the west through the 8:00 hour but eventually we're going to see the scattered showers move in. if you're doing out to the game, know it's a mild start a dry start. here come the showers and storms. easterly wind at five to 10 with a temperature around 73 degrees. showers, storms linger into tonight but it is a wet commute turning into a sunny day going into friday. we'll break down the forecast coming up. >>> parents, one threng you want top keep -- thing you want to keep on your radar, the risk of concussions. >> it's a team effort from the parents, coaches, teachers. lynn disa so tells -- linda so tells us about a new way to help everyone work together. >> reporter: 14-year-old tyler is hoping things go smeergt than last year. an accident left him wit
into frederick county. right now the severe warnings have been dropped but you can see on the doppler where we're looking at a line of storms with with lightning northwest of us. the storms are coming through the area already seeing some around frederick and up to the mason dixon line in hagueers town. lees tower getting showers -- leesburg getting showers as well. you can see frederick a little bit of rain right now and also forther north the storm cells that could also include some pretty good sized hail. so temperature-wise, in downtown in the lower 90s. upper 80s for leesburg but you factor in the humidity, it feels like 95 at this hour in downtown. 96 in manassas and in fredericksburg. leesburg it feels like 98 and yes it is uncomfortable out there because the dew points that are in the 70s. so if you're going out tonight bruce, definitely don't forget your umbrellas just in case, talk about your labor day weekend forecast as well a little bit later, back to you. >> thanks a lot anny. the beginning of the new era today at -- the beginning of the new era today at penn state. the day was a
a touch of fog. we have temperatures a few degrees warmer than yesterday. cool spots are in frederick and culpeper and petersburg but cumberland 54. 62 in annapolis and 55 at andrews and cambridge. the fog, a little bit of visibility issues in frederick right now. we're improving down toward warrenton. they were below a mile and now a mile and three-quarters. we're looking at a nice afternoon with high temperatures mostly in the lower 80s. southeast winds. 5:00 straight up, here's monika with timesaver traffic. >>> we are in a good spot. all lanes are open on your major thoroughfares headed for the beltway. i don't really have any big complaints to tell you about. northbound i-95 things look good. dale city to woodbridge across the river here into springfield. we'll take a live look right now and show what you it looks like there coming up from route 644 to the beltway. again, just a bit of volume but no big delays right now, main and hov lanes. let's go back over to the maps this time to the other side of town. inbound dulles toll road. no delays coming in from sterling. same thing 0
of rain. frederick county through fauquier county to the north and west. some of the totals that i was able to find, sharpsburg, 2.88. in middle town, all this to the north. as you see, our storms ending. we expect the skies to clear by tomorrow morning. things settling down pretty fast. >> they will tip to settle down fairly fast as this frontal boundary. here's that front making the way through the area. we have more rain for tonight and then tomorrow. something completely different. we'll talk about it in a minute. >> one neighborhood in the district is keeping an extra close eye on the storms. residents in bloomingdale have their fingers crossed that it won't flood again. it has already happened several time this year. >> reporter: there was a high level of anxiety here today. this neighborhood flooded several times this summer. it was very expensive for a lot of people. earlier today mayor gray told news 4 that he is very close to being able to make an announce many about a major short-term remedy for the problem. it was already drizzling as people came to the corner of first
alarms in the home at the time of the fire. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. police in frederick have a man fighttody oafter a spiraled out of control. police say derrick nash fired several shots early on sunday morning. it is believed he fired the shots while driving away from the scene. he has been charged with two counts of reckless endangerment. the cleanup continues after an suv plows through the front of the store. it happened on saturday at the fashion bug on reisterstown road. the driver was parking the car when it went through the front window of the store. >> a second round of west nile sprint will take place in baltimore county this week. parts of pikesville will be sprayed tomorrow and catonsville next wednesday. 10 people tested positive for west nile when they went to donate blood. >> the donation will be typically remove from the blood supply if they test positive so the blood supply is well protected. >> so far 25 people have been infected with west nile and two of them have died. e are less than twoh months away from the november election. martin o'malley travel
and frederick's. -- frederick. and on the beltway in virginia in both directions near route 7. those ramps should open momentarily. now let's go back to news. >> one man is dead and another wounded in a shooting in southeast washington. it happened before midnight in the 5000 block of h street. we don't know what led to the shooting or if police have a suspect. investigators and community members will come together tonight to search for answers in two unsolved murders in prince george's county. police will hand out flyers seeking information about amber stanley's murder during a community walk in kettering. the 17-year-old high-school student was shot and killed in her bedroom on august 22. her killer is still almost. prince george's county police will hold a community meeting tonight to brief president on where things stand in the search for another teenager's killer. marckel ross was shot and killed on september 11 as he walked to central high school in capitol heights. investigators are searching for suspects. tonight's meeting is at 7:00 at central high school. d.c. public service comm
. main lynn frederick county with the -- mainly in frederick county. hamilton loudoun county half an inch. 74 now in arlington. back to school in chantilly. 71 in fairfax. an isolated downpour or two. it is going to be sticky. a few spotty showers. a slightly better chance of seeing a few widespread downpours. >> here we are at the 14th street bridge. moving pretty well. in different parts of the area some wet pavement. if it looks dry where you are, it could change. this is the first day after the summer basically. looking good. i-395 up from springfield to the 14th street bridge. down near exit with some flashing light on the shoulder. we'll take a look and see what that is in the minute. right now, just a brief delay at the exit on 109. we have a problem in northwest washington. a tree came down in the road way on beach drive closing it both ways. nobody is getting by now because of the tree downed. it happened within the last hour. watch out for police direction. avoid it completely, use 16th street, military road or connecticut avenue. that'
, dew point numbers running and 70 degrees, making it feel like the 90s. 96 in inner harbor. frederick like 100 degrees. very, very toasty evening turning in to a warm and muggy overnight. one storm north of harford county that's dissipated much of the baltimore viewing area looking good. storms towards the west of maryland and oversouth central pennsylvania. the story is this storm system, parked over the ohio valley. this is going to be moving in to the area, late tomorrow afternoon, and in to tomorrow evening, notice the storms fired along this. we are anticipating severe weather, could be isolated tornados, we will talk about that in full detail coming up. >>> a baltimore man faces 57 years behind bars after pleading guilty to his role in a series of armored car robberies that spanned two years. jeff hager has details about the crime spree were rewitnessed menty of robberies targeting armored cars before. 27 year old david howard and his accomplicesl0fpulled off five heists in howard and montgomery counties. >> we know the defendant and coconspirators were tracking the ├▒xpolice. t
of buses in order to catch violators. in frederick county, maryland, ten school buses are now equipped the cameras, our greg guise shows us how they work and they're designed to protect our youngsters. >> reporter: bus driver jody jackson sees dangerous behavior every day. >> it does scare me. >> reporter: but not open the bus, on the road. >> just last week i had at one of my stops four cars went through. >> the self-contained unit right here where we have a camera facing the front. >> reporter: now, in frederick county, maryland, cameras like these are side mounded on ten buses. ready to record the license and other data of any vehicle that doesn't come to a complete stop. >> a child has nothing to protect them. it's our bodies. they're walking out crossing in front of the bus. they get hit by a 2500, 3,000- pound vehicle, they're not going to win. >> reporter: a violation will cost you -- >> $125. >> reporter: a new maryland law that allows these automated devices was enacted in may. last year, in frederick county, bus drivers reported nearly 500 illegal passes. >> when a school bus
in frederick and gaithersburg. 65 at andrews air force base and 71 degrees along the water in annapolis. we do have some nice, mild temperatures out there right now. as we head into tomorrow, a cold front that is on the way is going to bring an end to the summer-like feel that we have out there. that cold front will bring us a chance for showers and thunderstorms on saturday, especially in the evening hours. then sunday, after the cold front sweeps through, we'll see some cooler and less humid air starting to move on in. so good news in our forecast for just about everybody. if you like the summer-like heat, we have that in the forecast for you tomorrow. satellite and radar, here comes the cold front. there's plenty of rain in association with this. we do need the rain. so that's good news and we'll see some of that and then behind that front, of course, we bring in the cooler and dryer air. you'll see that here on future cast. just a few of those clouds starting to make their way toward us as we get into the lunch-time hour. it is dinner time that you might need that umbrella. you can see som
of frederick county. sprinkle some parts of frederick county, all that moving east so that the rain chances will be increasing as we go through the football game hours. the potential for what weather during the football game this evening. our forecast -- 76 at kickoff. 72 by the game is over. maybe 60% chance of showers at the stadium tonight. east wins at 5 to 10 miles an hour and monday downtown. there has already been some rain in parts of northern maryland. heavy downpours and upwards of a major grain up there. nothing so far in the rain gauge. almost 7 inches below normal for the state. 81 degrees at that airport. -- a recordcantly on this day. i can still get cold, it can still get hot. we still see a lot of seventies and upper '70's in some locations. look for lows to hold in the '60s well above normal with scattered showers, east went, and muggy conditions. an area of low pressure over the mountains is attracting a long this slow-moving front. it's moving south and we should be -- it should still be triggering a few showers. bashar chances will linger into tomorrow especially on the
mentioned, we are dealing with a lot of fog in carroll county and frederick county this morning. here's a live look at interstate 70. just east of route 144 and you will notice reduced visibility. so it's extremely important to reduce your speeds. and be extra careful traveling in the areas. here's a live look at 95 heading into the city at 395 everything up to speed. nothing to get in your way if you are using 95 from white marsh into the city. looking at a 15-minute ride. 695 that's going to be in great shape as we check in and take look at drive times just 11 minutes on outer loop from 95 up to 83. and the west side going to be nice and clear just len minutes there to travel the -- 11 minutes interest 795 to 95. that's the abc2 timesaver traffic. now over to you. >>> 4:56. there's been a lot of speculation that you will be introduced to the latest iphone and experts are guessing what you will see and not going to see. the new model for example no more app that's likely to disappear because youtube is owned by google and google paps and they will disappear re-- maps and they will re
right now. but as i said, some showers moving in. frostburg, hagerstown approaching areas of frederick maryland again and around leesburg, virginia, you will be getting in on some of those showers. all this right along that same weather front that's been stalled out. goes all the way down to areas of kentucky, on through southern indiana and illinois yet again today. temperature currently is at 68 degrees here. it's 69 in philadelphia. 64 degrees in new york city. our high temperature today as we rise out of the 60s there for the morning hours with those showers staying north. noontime we're dry. upper 70s by lunchtime. and then rain and thunder back after about 5:00 p.m., we should hit a high around 83. >>> checking the roads for you, we're looking at university boulevard. following this throughout the morning. chopper 4 is over the scene, and here's what's happening. traveling westbound, the earlier accident resulted in a downed pole. that's blocking tw of yo ining right lanes. you are able to get by single file to the left. let's head over to i-270, slow this this area. again from f
in a couple of spots like frederick and warrenton. high today 82. still nice this evening. 6:00 p.m. temperature of 78. i'll be back in a few minutes talking about the weekend and when our next significant rain may head this way. right now here's monika with timesaver traffic. >>> thank you so much. here's 95 on the northbound side. no problems heading from springfield to the beltway. southbound construction between the beltway and lorton should be cleared shortly. i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 4:47. andrea and mike? >>> 4:41. time for the first your money segment of the morning. >> what's shaking, bacon? >> we're watching the economy. that's shaking. i wish we had some bacon. >> instead we're going to talk about the economy. it is all about the economy. here and overseas. stocked finished slightly higher after a german court cleared the way for a europe bailout fund. investors still waiting for word on a stimulus package possibly from the federal reserve for the united states. most analysts expect the fed will announce new steps today to jump start our economy when
to bumper yesterday in frederick and traffic was at a standstill for hours and misery loves company. the destation crumbling fogs and parking an absolute nightmare for thousands who showed up. the county played host to the tough mudder event. it was plagued with problems, mudders, an intense obstacle course in the mud, they're held all over the world. posters called this a disaster. they got through yesterday's events but mudder officials canceled to's competitions citing flooding, traffic and parking concerns and also inconsistent support from local authorities they say. but frederick police said the traffic volume was too high, and there just was not enough parking. officials say they if they weren't able to participate they will be e-maid about refunds. >>> big monday downtown for the ravens game, the winningest olympian of them all michael phelps going to be honored. the governor and mayor going to be down there saluting our olympians. it will start tomorrow at 4 along are michael, suzanne, it will be jessica long, mark keith price will be down there, rebecca myers will be honor
later on today. we have a few light sprinkles, highlands along the frederick river between maryland virginia, south of romney, and into the shenandoah shenandoah county interstate 81, light rain texting east. it is 79 in the district, 82 in quantico, 75 in culpeper, 73 in winchester along with frederick. thick humidity, but l change along with temperatures. end of the weekend into week, a cold front will cool things off and give us a taste of september. spotty showers off to our west this morning. there's a weak cold front that will wash out. it could be enough to trigger storms later on today. have it in the forecast. 89 for the high temperature. thursday and friday will be the hottest and 92. weekend we have a chanc of rain. mainly late's saturday into early sunday. much cooler in the upper 70's by monday and tuesday. steve. >> volume building on 270 approaching 109 from frederick county into northern montgomery county. 109 toward the truck scales is heavy and that it picks up. good down to the lane divide. the beltway at silver spring and moving nicelyd, the inner loop and outer
the frederick area. 109, leaving urbana and through hyattstown, no delays so far. beltwayng down the the well.good as interstate 95 near route 100 been clear to the delays. and no back to you. >> thank you. talker. the top socc it has been a long night for workers at the national zoo. >> the female giant panda gave birth late last night john gonzalez. as details. there was a baby. >> i feel like a proud uncle. giant panda gave birth to a around 10:40 last night. the zookeeper's up until now only hear the new baby panda. we got word that they got their .irst glimpse moments ago they are all very tired. we will talk to a senior curator .t the zoo >> i was up last night watching b.anda and she had a cu we have been waiting for this a long time. she had less than a 10% chance birth this year. reading that the staff started to think something was happen when she cradling her toys. >> she does. like she prepares for her baby's. she practices. >> so what's going to happen for the next days and weeks? >> all we can do is watch right now. s been an excellent mother and is expected to be again. she wil
. a few high clouds and clear. temperatures will drop. breezy with the wind diminishing. 72 in frederick and quantico. 64 in winchester. also diminishing as we head through the evening. high clouds falling from yesterday. it clear and cool night. temperatures dropping through the 60's through the next few hours and late tonight into the 50's. through the overnight, like wind and clear skies, that is the range of wake of temperatures. 47-54 degrees. we will look at the first couple of days of autumn. in a few minutes. >> i will take you to a game. >> yesterday's store in cool things down but did leave a big mess for some people to clean up today. we have been around the area to check out the damage and the cleanup process that folks are dealing with today. >> what a storm. many of us in the area needed a broom to clean up the mess. others around the area needed insurance agents and huge blue tarps. in northeast d.c., tree limbs littered constitution ave. there were snapped wires. the damage was isolated to one block. >> i heard the trees snap and i did not know what was going on. >> the r
at temperatures in the 70s. our high of 82, 80 downtown, 75 in gaithersburg, 77 in leesburg, 79 in frederick, 78 out towards fredericksburg. satellite and radar, see showers in through pennsylvania, month of those showers north of us. we'll come back and talk about the prospects of a late shower and yes, take you through the weekend forecast. >>> coming up we'll tell you how one community center is trying to make things better for some young people in the neighborhood. >> but up next the royal family in england is not amused at some racy shots of kate middleton that ended up in a french magazine. we'll tell you what that's all about. and allow employers to deny coverage for cancer screenings and birth control. we can't afford to let him take away our choices... to take away basic health care. vo: both backed proposals to outlaw abortions...even in cases of rape and incest. i don't think that women's health issues have faced a crisis like this in decades. >>> britain's royal family says it is ready to sue a french magazine for publishing topless photos of prince william's wife. the duke and duche
frederick during the course of the evening. isolated shower and storm, possible. but the real headline is the storm system, poet potent. parts of the midwest, this front is going to interact with humidity as we go in to the day tomorrow. 86 in town. 93 degrees out in frederick. a lot of humidity in play, making the heat indices running between 92. feels like 100 frederick. it's a warm evening going in to tonight. let's plan out the next 16, 20 hours, 81 degrees around the 8:00 hour. back on for abc 2 news at 11:00. 74 degrees. up to 85 and 2:00 with the storms moving in across the area. spotty showers on top of us now. let's go towards the west, notice this line of storms developing, the cold front that comes in to play as we go in to tomorrow afternoon. tomorrow over western maryland, central and baltimore k by tomorrow afternoon. again the storm prediction center, we are thinking in agreement with them we could see nasty storms across the area. rare moderate risk placed over northeast maryland, high winds, hail, lightning and the possibility of isolated tornados. starting tomorrow, 7
and first responders down at freedom plaza. >> the city of frederick, maryland, is honoring the victims of september 11 with a special flag. that flag was donated by the daughters of the american revolution and the red, white, and blue flags have images of the twin towers, the pentagon, and the cracked liberty bell. that flag will fly in front of city hall all week long. >> today, a local hospital is marking this anniversary by making sure its staff members are ready in the event of another major emergency. it is simulating both buy logical and natural disasters all for the purposes of training. >> i'm andrea mccarren at southern maryland hospital center in clinton where staff members are memorializing september 11 by getting better prepared for a disaster. beyond the american flag flying at half staff. >> i want to help people. >> nursing students, stephanie rahmis trying on her first decontamination suit. keep me safe when i'm helping the patients who are contaminated. >> she and other southern maryland hospital center staff are learning everything they need to know to protect th
pick up as we go in to the next 24 hours, 69 in town. look at frederick. we had temperatures in to the 50s in pittsburgh. that is the cooler air that will come into place. the planner looks like this. we will start out tomorrow morning with 60 degrees, the breeze picked up around lunch or 72 degrees. afternoon highs between 70 to 75 in the city and then nice cooldown as we head into sunday and monday. we will talk tropics and nadine over the central atlantic. >> thank you. two murders this summer at a bar in parkville may change how the owners do business. the liquor board will review the license for that establishment. >> reporter: >> reporter: if the license is taken the bar may have to shut down. people who live next door say it's a long time coming and reason to celebrate. everybody knows the name but it's not celebrated like cheers in boston. the bar has captured headlines following two homicides. one in the parking lot in july and just two weeks ago baltimore county police say a security guard was stabbed to death while breaking up a night. the bar is a cross the stree
running chose to 70 degrees. it's muggy. 86 in town. 90 frederick. dew point values upper 60s to around 72, the humid feel will continue through the overnight. indices, talking heat indices in to the 90s to close to 100 degrees. few clouds out there, see a few of the storms bubbling up. another storm over frederick county, that's going to pass off towards the south. hour by hour, keeping us dry through the night. 74 around 11:00. starting saturday at 70, in to the 80s by tomorrow afternoon. storms will start to kick in a little after the lunchtime hour of our western communities in to the city. right now, one storm towards the east of hagerstown, 70 corridor. a lone shower over union bridge, south of tawny town. we are starting to see storms developing, one over youngs town. we are watching this storm system towards the west, vigorous storms, tornado warnings earlier over southern illinois. this comes at us by tomorrow afternoon. a cold front, interacting with the humidity on top of us, that's what is going to trigger showers and storms tomorrow afternoon. the difference between regular th
in frederick and carroll counties. reduce speeds and be extra careful. if you are using the jfx, an issue along the southbound lanes. there'ston of trash bags that's -- there's a ton of trash bags along the lane. so be careful using 83 this morning. everything will be up to speed through the fort mchenry tunnel and harbor tunnel. and if you are headed out to the west side of the beltway, here's a live look at liberty road, 11 minutes from the outer loop from 795 down towards 95 and this is what the beltway looks like in parkville at harford road. no problems getting up from parkwell to towson. now over to you. >>> you send your kid off to school and expect them to be in a safe place. but we are talking about a second gun incident at baltimore county school in a two-weekperiod. an #th grader rode the buscarrying a 22 caliber semiautomatic and showed it -- 8th grader rode the bus careying a 22 caliber semiautomatic and showed it. the grandfather of the student is a 70-year-old man and he is being charged for allowing hig grandson to get ahold of the gun in the first place. this later incident and
that 94 was set back in 1931. 81 out towards d.c. look at frederick, the warmer spot at 84 degrees at the present now. so your forecast shows us into the 70s through the course of this evening. cloudy. and temperatures falling from the 68 mark to the upper 50s, and then we'll wake up to around 60 degrees as we head into tomorrow morning. we do have an active tropic picture over the central atlantic. this is tropical storm nadine. we'll talk more about her and your weekend forecast coming up in a bit. >>> thank you. it was just wednesday that the state health officials let us know that a second person in maryland had died from the west nile virus. now anne arundel county has confirmed a third case of the virus this week, although this one was not deadly that is still two fewer than the county had last year. several counties have been spraying for mosquitoes to stop the spread of the virus. >>> a terrible morning for people in one essex neighborhood. baltimore county police say this man set fire to a carport, several vehicles and a boat. jamie brown lives in the neighborhood. and he
. we do have 50 in frederick, 52 culpeper and manassas. 52 at the tappahannock airport. a touch of fog. we're seeing that up in frederick. visibility a quarter mile and warrenton. other than that visibilities are pretty good elsewhere and it's going to be another very fine afternoon across the region with your high temperatures mainly into the low 80s. let's check in with monika samtani here at 4:26 with your first look at timesaver traffic. >>> the first look is showing us lots of construction all over town, especially on the beltway. by the way, wilson bridge went up at 4:00 this morning. it's back down. traffic hopefully should be normal across the bridge span now. if you're planning to head to the west side of town on the outer loop 66 to route 50, left lane is blocked but on the inner loop, dulles toll road to the georgetown pike, three lanes are blocked. let's take a live look outside on the northbound side of i-95. this is in newington. traffic is moving well up to springfield and the beltway. let's go back over to the maps, this time to the north side of town. no problems on 27
county and frederick county, there's a strike a pretty heavy rain. in that raid, you can see some of that momentum from 5,000 feet up transferred to the surface so there could be gusty winds. at the present time, not a whole lot of things happening but we will keep an eye on a to see how things progress. rain andt some heavy wind gusts about 40 miles per hour. most of the areas under the tornado watch until 7:00 tonight. it is basically the entire mid atlantic region under a tornado watch. we showed you this at the top of the show, you have a coastal flood warning in effect for the western shore of chesapeake bay with a self been going about 35 miles per hour pushing this water out of the chesapeake bay. the high tide may come in about two or 3 feet above normal. there is a look at the wind gusts in annapolis at 35 miles per hour. 76 degrees at the airport and 71 in parkton and you will feel the humidity. rain is likely today and some will be heavy with thunderstorms possible, the high temperature between 76-81 degrees. it quiets down through the middle portion of the week. a mixt
. if newer frederick, you're fine -- if you're in frederick, you're fine tonight, some clouds yes. if you're in waldorf, you'll have some activity around the time of the high school football game. we had a little heavier batch of showers and storms roll through northern neck but that's now gone. maybe rockville south, fairfax has some light showers, so just enough to wet the roads, not a big deal. tonight cloudy, cooler with showers, maybe a few thunderstorms, but primarily south of town and lows 54 to 62. we will come back, look at the weekend forecast. we have made some changes, some you'll like, some you might not. we'll let you know. >>> the nfl is still sorting things out from the saints bandy scandal, but could the same thing be happening in peewee games? that story just ahead. >> up next new information on that rg3 extortion case. were that from over -- remember that from over the summer? ke fs meet rising prices for food and gas. more americans are living in poverty than when president obama took office and fifteen million more are on food stamps. president obama and i both care a
the area. basically in carroll county and frederick county. connie town getting dosed by rain. i-70 is wet this morning. we are going to be seeing more welt weather moving -- wet weather moving off toward the east and all this is sliding towards eldersburg. . speaking of the roadways, let's get a check with lauren cook. . >> carroll county getting hit with heavy rain. if you are traveling in that area, be careful. the jsx will be nice and clear. no delays. everything will remain up to speed traveling through the fort mchenry tunnel and as we check in and take a live look outside at the west side of the beltway, liberty road, no problems getting down to 95. no problems on the inner loop toward 95 and clear toward 83. >> after weeks of lengthy delays ask questionable calls, the nfl lockout involving the referees is finally over. we have are learned overnight that the league and the refs have come to an agreement. so what does this mean for tonight's game between the raiders and the browns. >> they will return to work immediately and they will be on the field tonight when baltimore plays host
,200 each. that's chip jewel, the director of emergency communications in frederick county. and, no, there is no one sleeping on the job here at the 911 call center. but there has been some second-guessing about the chairs. here is frederick county commission president blaine young. >> my butt sits in a used chair from a used furniture company. the average person you stop on the seat and say the county just bought a $1,200 chair for a 911 center. how much did it cost before. >> i sit there 12 hours a day, a stressful environment. >> reporter: they'll be getting 12 chairs. >> a normal office chair in this environment would probably only last a year and we spend $400. so in four years, we have to spend $1,600 for a chair that we can spend $1,200 for. now only will it last four or five years, it will last. >> reporter: do you like it? >> love it. >> reporter: and so do i. in frederick county, scott broom, 9news now. >>> tonight we have a health alert about arsenic levels in the foods we eat. first it was concerns about apple juice. now a consumer report investigation finds concerning
bit. >> a lot of things going on. the eighth street festival in washington. the frederick fair in frederick, maryland. high school football tonight. a lot of things going on. rally for clean water. georgetown waterfront park. take a look outside. off to a chilly start. a few clouds coming through, and we'll have these clouds coming and going here through much of the morning hours. patchy clouds and fog. areas of dark green in the 50s. look at that. a large area including most of virginia, maryland, eastern shore, down to the low to mid-50s. reagan national is at 64, and it's going to be chilly through 7:00, 8:00 this morning. we'll still be in the 50s. that patchy fog should be dissipating after that. then at noontime for your lunch hour, delightful outdoor lunch. highs reaching near 80 after that. and it will be accompanied by low humidity through the afternoon, even though we'll have quite a bit of cloudiness coming in. still going to hit near 80 by midafternoon. which late afternoon back down to the 70s. a look at your friday evening and hometown forecast in ten minutes. fir
in frederick. 46 at martinsburg. cumberland 45. 46 manassas. on the flip side i just spoke to jan in reedville right on the chesapeake, 66 degrees because the bay waters are so warm. 49 even in la plata. let's go to monika samtani. top that weather report. >>> i can't. i really cannot. i'll give it you to because all of us are enjoying that, howard, really. we're enjoying the commute for the most part. there are two sore spots, though. one is in tacoma park where there's a fallen tree on route 410 near piney branch road. 270 looks great as you head in from frederick down to the point where the lanes divide. you've got the brake lights at route 109. i'm going to step out and show what you it looks like live from our sky 9. it's a little dark out still to see what's going on but it is an accident in i hatonsville -- accident in laytonsville involving a motorcycle. i think that's what we're looking at right now. if you're planning to head in this area, it's right near the gulf course. choose an alternate route. i do believe they have the roadblocked there, woodfield at warfield road in laytonsvil
at is a little bit of fog as i said with temperatures close to the 50-degree mark in frederick. manassas down to warrenton and culpeper low 50s. a touch of fog as well. we're sitting at 63 going into the low 80s. it's 6:00 a.m. here comes monika. not nearly as good news. >>> unfortunately i don't. especially on the north side of town and on the beltway. look at all the red behind me and the accident on the outer loop of the beltway right here before georgia avenue. i'm stepping out to show what you it looks like from our sky 9. you see the equipment on the scene. crews there tell us there are at least two cars involved in the accident. you're squeezing by to the right to get by. this is again a live look from our sky 9. looks like it may be moving o. some good news here. you're watching it live. looks like some of the activity is still sitting right there on the right shoulder. beltway outer loop just reopened within the last few seconds. let's take a look at the beltway outer loop. this is what it looks like at route 29. that's going to be one long slow lineup. now over to virginia on the no
a touch of fog in the warrenton area. their visibilities down to a half mile. frederick forming a little bit of fog with visibility there at three-quarters. isolated patches of fog and a great afternoon. look at your highs. in the mid- to upper 70s. monika, i've got some great weather. what about traffic this morning? can you deliver? >>> no, no. i'm sorry. i can't. i cannot compare anything to the weather right now. even early in the morning i have a couple of issues to tell you about. over to 270 first. i-70 near 270, there is police activity and they want us to tell you to please be aware of take. they're doing a search in that area. there are no lanes blocked but just be aware of that activity. on the westbound side of i-70 right here near 270 up in frederick. we'll take a live look furtr south if you're planning to head here on 270 near route 109. no issues to report as you leave high yachts town down toward germantown and the beltway. 270 is doing fine. back over to the maps. want to let you know the douglas bridge sup right now to let a boat -- is up right now to let a boat throug
on 270, no between frederick kempe the beltway. the b-w parkway and about 50 looking pretty good in maryland. 395 at glebe road in virginia looking good. no act of war zones northbound southbound, through the mixing bowl of. spots on the beltway in , still active. a couple of lines tied up, but traffic. back to you. >> thank you. new this morning, a death investigation forcing authorities to remove several a bethesda home. one of the dogs is dead. drive.s on corsica they found a woman dead inside around midnight as well as the dog. removed the seven living dogs out of the house. the cause of death of the woman. inar-old has been shot n the 200 washington i block of 37 st.. teenager was conscious when arrived.s no word on any suspects. >> in culpeper, the husband of by policeot to death year was found dead. was found dead yesterday. patricia died six months ago in a confrontation with a police officer. autria godfrey reports from culpeper. >> i still have a lot of questions i would like to find out what's going on. gary cook spoke with us in february, dumfounded after discovering
frederick county near the carroll county line. about 10 miles south of westminster. it was only a 2.1 magnitude earthquake. it was 3 miles down. the weather is not earthshaking now. it is gorgeous. there is the view of the beach. you can see the shadows from the setting sun. 74 in town. 72 at th >> live entertainment on three stages at the cultural festival in towson that showcases the cultural heritage of the county african-americans. it features food, fun, and cultural exhibits. >> they have a lot of attractions to buy and eat. it is a good representation of what african-american culture is all about. >> this is the 16th year for the festival. >> now, your 11 insta-weather plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> the weather was not a problem today. absolutely gorgeous. the departing weather system produced rain north of us overnight. high pressure is giving us good conditions. it is holding off a disturbance that will get bigger to the southwest. by monday, we will be dealing with it. for the rest of the weekend, we will be dealing with the high. yesterday, we were in th
designers. savings direct to you. t.j.maxx. new this morning... frederick county had an earthquake saturday... but chances are... people didn't feel it.the two-point-one magnitude quake hit eastern frederick county near the carroll county line around six in the morning. earthquakes with a magnitude of about two-point-zero or earthquaaks... and usually ro- people don't feel them. today... protesters will gather near the new york stock exchange... to celebrate the 1-year anniversary of the "occupy wall street" movement. marches and rallies are also planned in more than 30 cities around the counnry.over the weekenn... at least a dozen people were aarested... while observing the anniversary.the movement has lost its billty to organize... since new york city mayor michael bloomberg evicted the protesters from today marks the 225th anniversary of a big moment in u.s. history.the u.s. constitution was signed on september 17th, 1787.in honor of the 225th anniversary, tte national archives will hold a naauralization ceremony foo citizenship. the petitioners citizens in front of the original "cha
of fact, they will be drifting southwest to northeast. washington and frederick county -- i do not think we have much of a chance of showers around here. less than a 20% chance. is a little unstable. a storm could pop up briefly in anyone can -- and anyone location. baseball will be getting under way in downtown baltimore. it was a warmer than normal day again. the first week of september 2012, averaging eight degrees warmer than normal. triple digit heat. way back in 1981. -- 1881. it is still 90 in frederick. almost 90 in hagerstown. a little cooler in the mountains, but they have a better chance for storms rolling in tonight and early tomorrow morning. that this fall-like air and it will be pushing east tomorrow. the second half of are we will be different when that cool, dry air arrives. the transition is this brought out in cleveland. it will likely bring around of showers and storms. we will wake up to partly cloudy skies. late afternoon, we will see that line of thunderstorms approaching by 3:00, 4:00. then finally, it will be off the coast by 9:00, at 10:00 at night. anywhere fro
into the 40's. 51 in frederick. plenty of cool and dry arid to go around. this all part of an area of high will stick around all day long tomorrow and into the day on tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and that means sunshine, clear skies, during day, clear skies during the night, and cool temperatures. area of high pressure bringing the clear skies. a few scattered showers across intern pennsylvania earlier the day. announce -- did not amount to a whole lot. closer in view, showing the to break apartg quickly. future cast, we will show temperatures tomorrow morning only in the 50's. gaithersburg, frederick, and upper 50's 4in the fredericksburg. through the day tomorrow, sunshine, allowing our temperatures to warm into the mid-70's. breaking the forecast down for temperatures in the 40's in the mountains 60 degrees here in d.c., out in theill be 5 to 10 miles per hour. temperatures hovering around 80 degrees. daytime highs are not changing a whole lot. 80, 83 degrees. nighttime lows in the 50's. go to wjla.com for a brand new o gallery and you can check daily eyewonder. >> you have tons of thi
oferage for this year. 68 in frederick. partly cloudy today. hot and muggy. % chance of a stray storms later on today. high temperatures around 90 degrees. some areas of rain saturday evening with a cold front. much more comfortable behind that. sunshine on sunday, highs in the upper 70's. angela, how is the commute? >> good friday morning. unfortunately, serious accident. montgomery county police on the way to the accident reported on 108 at 650 damascus rd.. we will update you in a moment. we are in the final hour of overnight construction. on the beltway in maryland and boulevard, all lanes are open. through greenbelt on the inner process ofe in the clearing overnight construction. the article is still one lane. single file to the right getting by. southbound 95 to fredericksburg, the work zone is still active. a couple lanes are still closed. happy friday. >> thanks so much. new this morning, receiving reports of two earthquakes in area and another in china. seven people killed and more than 20 injured in a 5.2 quake china.hwest authorities are checking for damage. a magnitude 3.4
. westminster, 52. 45 in frederick. the blue shades are some of the readings that have dropped into the 40's. the skies are clear. we will warm up quickly once the sun gets high enough in the sky. these brighter clouds are trying to produce some sprinkles. the more significant rain in kentucky and down south. a disturbance in the gulf coast. then we have a front that will start to move in. the high pressure has to get out of the way. all of the other stuff will start to filter in. nadine is a tropical storm and moving out to the east and northeast in the atlantic. it is tough to get that organize. the tropics are not very active at this stage in the game. shower chances late today. the basic forecast is increasing clouds. a southeast wind at 5 to 10 miles per hour. by tomorrow morning, we could see as much as half an inch of rain around the area. we could pick up another three- quarters of an inch to an inch of rain with some pretty good thunderstorms tomorrow. a slight risk for severe thunderstorm activity all across the mid atlantic region. 78 today. rain chances hold off until sunset. we
severe. ar -- down toward would lee park, head 270, rockwell, near frederick, we are looking at a showers. red these charts will continue to as we move through the hours and gradual clearing overnight. temperatures will fall into the '60s and in the '50s. better chances for heavier rain the extended outlook, coming up. >> thank you. two people were seriously burned crash in northwest on georgia avenue early this morning. witnesses say nearby police officer's quick actions save lives. witnesses are calling the two heroes forcers saving the two people after the crash. the crash will couple of people. two cars hit two parked cars and the cost of the explosion. video shotcellphone a fiery car crash moments it happened. fireball inthe huge the distance. the car burst into flames right in front of this man's home. wentabbed his camera and outside. a police officer was victims of the burning car. the fire department was just arriving. thehen you look at aftermath, it's hard to believe would rush into such a dangerous situation. he did not think about himself. he went into a blazing inferno poult
be in culpeper ended frederick where its 46. 82 this afternoon for the high temperature, mostly sunny, los humidity. rest of the for the workweek. you will notice an increase in the weekend.for that's coming up in the seven- forecast. angela. >> there's a trouble spot on 5 northbound. approaching the prince william areway, two right lanes blocked. reported as a brush fire. is causing a back up making 95y from dale city on northbound. 66 from manassas and front royal, still looking pretty good for the most part. you may have a little more activity at the centreville your way to making the capital beltway. in maryland on 95 starting at southbound from the clear to capital beltway. but we are seeing some red 270 fromuthbound on frederick past 121 and then it opens as you continue to gaithersburg. back to you. >> thank you. 44, 58 degrees. how the teacher strike in chicago could be hurting student-athletes. chicago could be hurting student-athletes. a energy bill down to size? or get the yard ready for cool weather? chicago could be hurting student-athletes. a the answer? a lot less. the great
for loudoun county and frederick county, maryland. this is because of numerous downed trees. some flooding problems there. also seeing numerous road closures around that area and this is why. thurmont, maryland, almost five inches of rachbl and three inches in middletown. the good news is most of the heavy rain is now starting to get out of here. everybody is still seeing some rain but the back edge of this. just off to our west. once this moves through, we are going to clear out dramatically and we'll be waking up to something completely different. my forecast coming up. >>> a look now at the latest outage numbers. pepco is nearly 13,000 customers without power now. most of them in the district. dominion, virginia, has about 4,500 customers in the dark. bge reports nearly 3,000 outages. the majority of those are in anne arundel county. those storms brought down trees and power lines in bethesda. wires fell about 1:30 this afternoon. the neighbors there say they saw the wires on fire after a tree fell. a car was damaged there but nobody was injured. >>> a whole lot of rain fell quickly cau
but the rains have pulled into pennsylvania for the most part. a couple still in northern frederick and northern caroll counties. we'll see temperatures by noon in the low 80s. may be a stray shower. better chance for showers and storms thank. high temperature about 87 -- this afternoon. high temperatures about 87 degrees. we'll let you know when things will dry out a bit. here's monika with timesaver traffic. >> you see all these people on the road. northbound i-95, they're the smart ones because they know how bad it's going to be here this morning. here in springfield a tiny bit of volume forming to 395 down the line to the 14th street bridge. right now the lanes are open. i'll be back with more coming up in a few minutes at 4:47. andrea and mike? >> thank you, monika. >>> time for your first money segment of the morning. >> wall street back in business. >> back to the party today. of course coming back september, everything starts back up again. could be a busy month for wall street and it's probably going to be a busy day. the markets were closing out august on the plus side. we like that th
because we have the temperature coming in at 52 degrees in jessup. 55 in camp springs and frederick 46 degrees. looks like frederick is where everything is happening. so temperatures a lot chillier there and also we are dealing with patchy fog this morning with the humidity at about 100%. that means that the temperature and the dew point are the exact same for the air being saturated and you are getting the fog at the ground. maryland's most powerful radar not picking up on a whole lot this morning and that continues throughout the day. and we still have several days of dry weather ahead of us. and today is one of them. as we will see plenty of sunshine going through the morning hours. it will continue cool going into 10:00 this morning and then by lunchtime we will warm up nicely. 76 degrees. don't forget the sun shades as you head out the door. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. patchy fog to talk about this morning. >> reporter: yes. you want to be extra careful traveling in carroll county or frederick county. but conditions are improving a little
frederick, maryland. around hagerstown, maryland. all this sliding to the east. so most locations not even going to get wet here for the morning hours, except for shots like maybe northern loudoun county. maybe howard county seeing some showers early on. showers possible mainly north of d.c. by lunchtime today, we're partly sunny, mild. we're dry for the bulk of the day as temperatures push into the mid and upper 70s. 83 your high temperature for today with the best chance of showers and storms after 5:00 today. first 4 traffic right now. >> i'm tracking breaking news, if you're traveling in silver spring taking university boulevard, right now all your lanes are blocked at dennis avenue. the situation involves a car accident resulting in a downed pole completely blocking university boulevard. if you're trying to take university boulevard or even heading over to georgia avenue, that's not going to be an option for some time and hopefully we're going to get a live camera there very soon. but keep in mind, university boulevard, all your lanes are blocked at dennis avenue. also in virginia, yo
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